Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 27, 2016.

Duffy should be repaid lost wages, Senate ally argues
Aboriginal youth press Trudeau for action on 'Third World conditions'
Human rights groups ask Trudeau to end 'immoral' arms deal with Saudi Arabia
Trudeau's popularity has not dipped since the election: poll
Not just a 'pretty face': Trudeau's quantum-computing video goes viral
Climate change: A constitutional puzzle
The fruitless pipeline romance between Justin Trudeau and Rachel Notley
Justin Trudeau finds his resolve on terrorism
Will Trudeau stand on guard for Canada?
Will Trudeau keep Northern Gateway promise?
No pipelines? No prosperity
Justin Trudeau now a Kardashian-like spinoff
A Trump Presidency could add pressure on Canada's defence spending
Ottawa won't say how much it paid to protect government from Lac-Megantic lawsuits
RCMP launches investigation to bring John Ridsdel killers to Canadian justice
A hostage's death in the Philippines tests a new government
Justin Trudeau takes pointed questions from Indigenous youth
Ottawa earmarks $10.9M to upgrade 400 rail crossings this year
English-only RCMP officers on Parliament Hill spark complaints
Rona Ambrose calls on PM to stop 'waffling' on pipelines, as Energy Easy consultations near
Bombardier bailout would be 'slap in the face' for Toronto because of streetcar delays: TTC chair
Why Canadian white people have so much trouble understanding why somebody wouldn’t want to leave Attawapiskat
Canada does not pay ransom to terrorists except when we do
Trudeau shouldn’t rule out purchasing Lockheed’s F-35 just because he said he would
What good is a Liberal government if public servants can’t expect special treatment?

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